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Irving Fine: Complete Orchestral Works ()

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Irving Fine: Complete Orchestral Works - Boston Modern Orchestra Project; Gil Rose (conductor)
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  1. Toccata Concertante for orchestra
  2. Notturno for strings & harp
  3. Serious Song, lament for string orchestra
  4. Blue Towers
  5. Diversions, for orchestra
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  1. Toccata Concertante for orchestra
  2. Notturno for strings & harp
  3. Serious Song, lament for string orchestra
  4. Blue Towers
  5. Diversions, for orchestra
  6. Symphony 1962
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Even though Irving Fine's music is sometimes discounted for being derivative of Stravinsky's brand of neo-Classicism, which was the lingua franca of American composers of the late 1930s to the early '50s, he was among such figures as Aaron Copland, Virgil Thompson, Leonard Bernstein, and Lukas Foss, who were also influenced by this style. Considering the Toccata Concertante (1947), the Notturno for strings and harp (1951), the Serious Song, A Lament for string orchestra (1955), Blue Towers (1959), and Diversions for ...

Irving Fine: Complete Orchestral Works 2015, BMOP/sound

UPC: 887158997822

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